Seabiscuit: The Saga of a Great Champion

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Westholme Pub., 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 6466 pages
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Through first-hand accounts, chronicles the story of the legendary thoroughbred from his birth in Kentucky to his victory at Santa Anita, including anecdotes about the horse and those who cared for him.

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Beckwith, a noted track writer in his day, penned this portrait of the champion horse in 1940. Seabiscuit's story is the stuff that fairy tales are made of: the abused animal was rescued, retrained to ... Read full review

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